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  • 00:31

    Close Up Radio Spotlights Nancy Mellon and Healing Story

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    Manilus, NY – Nancy Mellon facilitates the kind of storytelling that sees challenges as grist for increased well-being. Storytelling for healing inspires insights inclusive of body, soul and spirit.
    Nancy works internationally as a teacher, professional counselor and life coach to help others find greater self - knowledge and creative confidence in life. She has packed her experiences into the now classic Healing Storytelling. Storytelling with Children, and the US Book award-winning book Body Eloquence, books which are available in several languages. Also listen to her podcasts. You will find abundant guidance to deepen your own life story and connect more closely with yourself, your family, friends, and communities. Look also for her online and in-person courses and talks. Sign on for some private sessions. All of her offerings brim with well-tried and proven ways to weave words that will guide and inspire you with honest integrity, and the joy of healthy creative self-expression.
    Nancy Mellon became especially attentive to the power of storytelling while teaching students in multi-cultural classrooms. She discovered deeply relevant storytelling structures that correspond with energy patterns and precise organic processes. Her awareness of storytelling as a very effective healing art grew as circles of adults eagerly gathered with her for two decades at The School of Storytelling at Emerson College in Forest Row, England, and more recently through her School of Therapeutic Storytelling in the United States.
    Nancy assists authentic, purpose-filled well-being through every stage of life.
    To contact Nancy Mellon, visit her website at www.healingstory.com

  • 00:14

    NYPD Through The Looking Glass

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       To an outsider, the New York City Police Department is a mysterious well-oiled machine responsible for maintaining law and order in the world's greatest city while looking brilliant in blue. However, things are not always what they appear to be and may surprise you.
           New York City has over eight million people residing in its five boroughs, covering over three hundred square miles. To run this three ring circus you need a thirty-five thousand member police department with a sense of humor. After a memorable twenty-year career, New York City Police detective Vic Ferrari shares his colorful stories while pulling no punches about the funnier side of the world's largest police department.
           You might be surprised to learn that moving a corpse to avoid working late is not a good idea. Or how hiding a gun in your oven can ruin an evening. And, what about the time there was gunfire inside a crowded cemetery during a funeral procession?  Or the practical jokes that went too far. And, all the NYPD Precinct nicknames! The unofficial NYPD glossary and much more!
    NYPD: Through the Looking Glass is a behind scenes look into the NYPD filled with action, suspense, and nonstop laughs! A must read for cop buffs, true crime readers and anyone with a sense of humor!

  • 01:25

    Jen Senko, Director, Author (The Brainwashing of My Dad)

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    Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Jen Senko, Director, Author (The Brainwashing of My Dad) to the Show! 
      (Click to go there) ? WEB: www.thebrainwashingofmydad.com ? FB: @thebrainwashingofmydadmovie ? TW: @BrainwashingDad ? IG: @the_brainwashing_of_my_dad ? TB: thebrainwashingofmydad.tumblr.com ? YT: @jensenko6987
    As filmmaker, Jen Senko, tries to understand the transformation of her father from a non political, life-long Democrat to an angry, right-wing fanatic, she uncovers the forces behind the media that changed him completely: a plan by Roger Ailes under Nixon for a media takeover by the GOP, The Powell Memo urging business leaders to influence institutions of public opinion -especially the universities, the media and the courts, and under Reagan, the dismantling of the Fairness Doctrine, and The Telecommunications 'Reform' Act signed by Bill Clinton.
    As her journey continues, we discover that her father is part of a much broader demographic, and that the story is one that affects us all.
    ? Media Inquiries: www.thebrainwashingofmydad.com

  • 00:58

    Chapter 14 Episode 13

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    This week ... 
    In Depth Discussion Topics: Character Backstory and Support for Indie Authors    

  • 01:26

    Genre Wars!!!

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    What's up everybody!
    The Comic Book Industry has been evolving over the last few years and We will be discussing it all on PUNXofRAGE Radio.
    Come on down and join us!!!

  • 02:11

    Ksdad gets gentrified king of new york

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    This has been a cursed episode. Hopefully it's done tonight. Abel Ferrara and a amazing cast make a new york classic. So join us for free root beer night. 

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  • 00:59

    Source Material #163: He-Man And Thundercats Crossover (DC, 2016)

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    Ronnie, Jesse, and Mark discuss just what happens when two of their favorite cartoons collide in this DC crossover!
    From dccomics.com
    “In his eternal desire to destroy the mighty ThunderCats, the evil Mumm-Ra quests for a weapon that can rival the legendary Sword of Omens: He-Man’s Sword of Power! But his dimension-spanning scheme launches a cataclysmic crisis that will, for the first time ever, unite Lion-O, Cheetara, Tygra, Panthro, WilyKit and WilyKat with He-Man, Battlecat, Teela, Man-At-Arms and the rest of the Masters of the Universe.”
    Disclaimer: The following may contain offensive language, adult humor, and/or content that some viewers may find offensive – The views and opinions expressed by any one speaker does not explicitly or necessarily reflect or represent those of Mark Radulich or W2M Network.
    Mark Radulich and his wacky podcast on all the things: https://linktr.ee/markkind76 also snapchat: markkind76 FB Messenger: Mark Radulich LCSW Tiktok: @markradulich twitter: @MarkRadulich

  • 00:37

    Spoken Word Saturday 5-13-2023

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    Didn't get enough Spoken Word Poetry on Spoken Word Wednesday?  You're in the right place!  It's time to kick back and enjoy more spoken word as well as your most requested music.  I might even share some of my original poetry as well.  If you're a spoken word artist who would like to have your work featured on the show, email me at saturdaymadness11@gmail.com  Tune in and tell a friend!
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  • 01:04

    Richard Skipper Celebrates Hi Honey, i’m homo! sitcoms, specials

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    Matt Baume is a writer, podcaster, and video-maker based in Seattle whose work focuses on pop culture and queer history. “Every chapter serves up a slice of queer history with a rich scoop of fascinating, juicy asides and shocking behind-the-scenes insights—like having dishy late-night cheesecake with a witty, wise friend.” —Anthony Oliveira, PhD, author, film programmer, and pop culture critic “For a medium so aligned with queer sensibilities, with its brazen artifice, showy wit, and over-the-top performances, the network sitcom was slow to embrace actual queer people. In Hi Honey, I’m Homo, Matt Baume takes us on a highly entertaining tour of queer representation in television comedy, from the be-bad-with-meta phor and you’ll-miss-it winks of Bewitched to the out-and-proud-ish center stage of Will & Grace. Baume brings his trademark mix of childlike enthusiasm and intellectual rigor to a medium he clearly loves. He calls out cowardice and appeasement where he sees it, but is also careful to place each show inside its moment in queer history. This not only broadens the scope of the book, it helps us understand why sitcoms failed queer people where they did, and allows us to appreciate each step of progress on its own terms. Mainly, he never allows the many times sitcoms failed queers to diminish his appreciation for the form. I came away from Hi Honey, I’m Homo with not only a broader understanding of the medium I’ve spent over thirty years writing, but a big smile, too.” —Richard Day, TV writer and producer on Arrested Development, Spin City, The Drew Carey Show, Ellen, and more “What an absolute honor to read Matt Baume’s Hi Honey, I’m Homo. 

  • 00:10

    Me so into my feelings regarding her

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    At a very inportant point of the relationship, I reflect on why I'm still here with this Woman.  I feel and have felt that she is in fact the one I'd like to finally completely settle with.  He look, smell, vibe, outward glow and above all, love for me.

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